Monday, 20 June 2016

Welcome Back for Academic Year 2017 - 2018

Welcome to everyone who is studying Biology and Chemistry or Human Biology this year.

This blog will help you by listing links to online videos, animations and interactive learning materials for each of the Scottish Chemistry and Biology examinations at National 5Int 2, Higher Grade, and Advanced Higher.  The links are relevant and more importantly, you will hopefully find them interesting ! Also iGCSE and A Level exams can be offered. 

Good Luck with your Biology and Chemistry courses this year. I hope you enjoy them and find them useful and interesting.

If you would like any tutoring please telephone me at 0141 956 4358 or email me at   I tutor in Milngavie, Bearsden and the northern Glasgow area. I also do Online Tutoring via Skype - useful if you live in a remote location eg Highlands and Islands. The online tuition works remarkably well and is almost as good as more conventional tuition.

To keep up to date with latest news about Biology and Chemistry, follow:
"Milngavie Tutors" on Facebook 
@Biol_Chem_Phys on Twitter !!

There is an Amazon Link below listing useful text books and past papers.
(Please note these Amazon links are Amazon Associates links and if you purchase a book through these I receive a small amount of money.)

Friday, 1 April 2016

Any Biology and Chemistry questions ?

If you are really stuck with a revision question then please comment here and I will see if I can send you an answer. Or let us know if you have found any useful biology or chemistry links on the internet - maybe I can add them to our lists or resources here.

Saturday, 1 August 2015

SQA Website

The Scottish Qualifications Authority Website will give you past papers, exam timetables, etc


A bit of Fun - Find out what happened in Chemistry on the Day you were born !

Fun Periodic Table Song
An update on the original famous version which existed many years ago - here are some fun pictures and a song to go with it - it might even help you to remember some of the periodic table and what the various elements are useful for !

SI Units and Index Notation / Using Decimals - Measurement

Index Notation
This comes up in all the courses so if you are not sure about why 0.1 is written as 1 x 10-1 then click here

SI Units
You should know about the SI units of measurement and mass - here is an explanation :
The Système International d'Unités (SI), is the list of units which measurements are based on in the metric system and which are used by scientists to have a standard when carrying out experiments.

For example the basic unit of length that is used is metres (m), time is measured in seconds (s), mass has a base unit of kilograms (kg), thermodynamic temperature is measured in kelvins (K),  amount of substance is taken as the mole (mol).

This video may help you to change units :

Here is another useful resource - "How to use your Casio Scientific Calculator" - useful if you haven't been shown at school - also make sure you know what the dot means eg if you divide 1 by 3 the answer should be 1.333333 ... etc recurring - but you will see this on your screen as 1.3 with a dot above the 3 ... it means it recurs or repeats ...
Here is the course - I hope its still available

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Thursday, 2 July 2015

Chemistry Tutor Milngavie : Chemistry Tutor Bearsden

Biology Tutor Glasgow : Chemistry Tutor Glasgow : Biology Tutor Milngavie : Biology Tutor Bearsden : Chemistry Tutor Milngavie : Chemistry Tutor Bearsden : Advanced Higher Chemistry Tutor Bearsden : Advanced Higher Chemistry Tutor Milngavie : Tuition Milngavie : Tuition Bearsden : Tutoring : National 5 : Higher Chemistry : Higher Biology : Kirkintilloch : Bishopbriggs : West End : Glasgow : Skype : Remote Tutoring : Online Tutoring

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Amazon Recommended Titles

The Amazon widget below shows some recommended books for various Chemistry and Biology courses. If you order a book via this link it is possible I may earn a very small amount of money from this ! Just to warn you. This is called an affiliate link. If you prefer to avoid this then just access Amazon without using my widget or buy your book elsewhere such as from an Independent bookseller. You may get some books second hand via ebay but this year with so many new courses, this might not be so easy. Just watch out that you buy the correct title of book and not one that applies to the older courses.